Category Archives: Tourism

Birkdale stories brought to life with a brush of creativity


Wellington Point State High School students have developed a creative way to present the stories of Birkdale Community Precinct as part of Redland City Council’s pilot partnerships program for the site. Mayor Karen Williams, who dropped in on one of the school’s Encore Art Program workshops this week, said the students were painting timber discs  Continue reading…

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Severe weather assistance for Redlands Coast businesses, organisations and individuals


There are many different grants and programs available to Redland City businesses, organisations and individuals impacted by the recent storms and flooding. Visit the State Government Help for Queenslanders page for the latest information about what is available. A State Government Grants and support fact sheet that summarises the assistance is also available. To help  Continue reading…

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Work starts on next stage of island coastal walk


Work has begun on Stage 2 of the Minjerribah Panorama Coastal Walk at Point Lookout (Mulumba) on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah). Mayor Karen Williams said this stage would include roadway and bus stop upgrades, continuation of the pedestrian pathway from Frenchmans Stairs to Point Lookout Village, completion of the renewal of the stairway to Frenchmans  Continue reading…

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Make merry at Christmas on the Coast


A merry wonderland of fun and excitement awaits children at the five-day Christmas on the Coast event at Cleveland’s Raby Bay Harbour Park from Wednesday 15 December. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said youngsters of all ages would be treated to a sensory smorgasbord of free rides, activities and attractions at the city’s big Christmas  Continue reading…

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New Straddie coastal walk unlocks spectacular experiences for the whole community


Another ‘Straddie’ walk experience offering spectacular views in naturally wonderful surroundings is ready for residents and visitors to enjoy. Stage 1 of the Minjerribah Panorama Coastal Walk project at Point Lookout on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) has been completed, providing a scenic and safe walkway between Snapper Street and Frenchmans Stairs. Mayor Karen Williams said  Continue reading…

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Point Lookout Gorge Walk reopens after restoration


The popular Point Lookout Gorge Walk on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) has fully reopened to visitors ahead of the busy Christmas holiday period. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said restoration work was now complete on a 25 metre section of the boardwalk which was damaged earlier this year following heavy rain. “Minjerribah is one of  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast businesses connect with New Zealand


Stronger trade connections and new opportunities between Redlands Coast businesses and the New Zealand market were explored at a recent Redland City Council-organised business event. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the Business Breakfast: Redlands Coast & New Zealand event held in partnership with Trade & Investment Queensland (TIQ) on 18 November, presented the opportunities  Continue reading…

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Council requests funding deal to secure delivery of State’s North Stradbroke Island public transport strategy


Redland City Council will soon submit its feedback on the Queensland Government Draft Minjerribah Public Transport Strategy (Draft Strategy) after endorsing the submission at the General Meeting on Wednesday 17 November 2021. The State’s Draft Strategy recommends a suite of priorities and actions to improve the public transport system on and to North Stradbroke Island  Continue reading…

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Mayor urges transport and liveability action in time for 2032


Redland City Mayor Karen Williams has today thrown her support behind a region-wide effort to force urgent action on key transport and liveability projects in time for the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympics Games. South East Queensland’s Mayors launched the Let’s Get Moving! campaign in Brisbane today, to draw attention to the fact that there  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast hosts major business and jobs expo


Redlands Coast businesses were privy to a wealth of information at this year’s Redlands Coast Business and Jobs Expo held at Alexandra Hills today. Redland City Council is a sponsor of the annual expo and Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said it was aimed at fostering employment opportunities and helping businesses thrive. Cr Williams said  Continue reading…

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